Find AA Meetings in Twin Falls, Idaho

Find AA meetings in Twin Falls, Idaho to help you on your road to recovery. Our comprehensive directory of AA meetings in Idaho includes open, closed, speaker, and other specialized meetings, all of which are designed to help you get sober and remain sober.

Time Name Location / Group Address / Platform Region
7:00 AM Sunrise Serenity Group Twin Falls Sunrise Serenity Group 801 2nd Avenue North Twin Falls
9:00 AM Eye Opener Twin Falls Eye Opener 801 2nd Avenue North Twin Falls
12:00 PM Noon Newcomers Newcomers Group Online 425 2nd Avenue North Twin Falls
12:00 PM New Journey New Journey 801 2nd Avenue North Twin Falls
12:00 PM Depot Bunch Group Depot Bunch Group 107 7th Avenue East Jerome
5:00 PM The Chosen The Chosen 425 2nd Avenue North Twin Falls
7:30 PM Back to Basics Twin Falls Back to Basics 801 2nd Avenue North Twin Falls
8:00 PM Grupo Nuevo Amanecer Jerome Grupo Nuevo Amanecer 101 West Main Street Jerome

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Twin Falls, Idaho AA meetings

Twin Falls is the largest city of Twin Falls County, Idaho. Millions of people from all corners of the globe are battling alcohol addiction. Alcoholic addiction is a debilitating disease that can have severe negative effects. It is responsible for the deaths of thousands of Americans each year and costs the country billions of dollars. If misused it can have very destructive effects on people such as physical illnesses such as liver and kidney disease, brain damage, increased risk of cancer, and suicide. Alcohol has a depressive effect on human beings. It disrupts brain function and modifies brain function. Alcohol is a central nervous system (CNS) depressant. For an individual who drinks excessively for a long time, their central nervous system adjusts to having alcohol around constantly. Their body works hard to keep their brain in a more alert state and to keep their nerves from communicating with each other. When alcohol levels abruptly drop, their brain stays in this excited state which causes alcohol withdrawal. Alcohol withdrawal is the resulting physical and mental issues from interruptions in frequent drinking. Alcoholics Anonymous (AA), through AA meetings, provides guidance and teaches techniques to people who suffer from adverse effects of alcohol addiction such as withdrawal symptoms. Information on local AA meetings, Twin Falls ID, and other AA meetings in Idaho are listed on

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